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Milan is all about design and high fashion, so the range of shops and trendy bars can be almost overwhelming. But Milan also has the Duomo cathedral, da Vinci’s “Last Supper” and the simple neighbourhood restaurants where no long lunch is complete without ossobuco and risotto alla milanese.
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Do and see
The best way to understand how Milan is laid out is to take a ride on one of the trams. Route 1 runs from the main train station, via Piazza Cairoli to Castello Sforzesco and is probably the best choice. But many other routes also offer good views of the city.
Il Duomo
The Cathedral is the symbol of Milan. Building began in 1386 and was not completed until 500 years later. It is a late Gothic masterpiece, made more interesting by the fact that this style can’t be seen anywhere else in Italy. Towering over the piazza del Duomo, the marble building is covered by 135 spires and countless statues.
Cenacolo Vinciano
This is the home of one of the world’s most famous artworks, Leonardo da Vinci’s "Last Supper." It’s rarely possible to simply walk in and take a look though, and a good way to avoid the long queues is to book a time in advance.
Pinacoteca di Brera
Milan doesn’t have as many art treasures as Venice and Florence, but not far behind. The city’s foremost art museum exhibits works by Mantegna, Giovanni Bellini, Bramante, and Caravaggio, amongst others.
San Siro
The city’s two top Series A football teams, Internazionale and AC Milan, draw dedicated crowds to their shared home ground. San Siro also hosts fan events, and is home to Italy’s only football museum.
Teatro alla Scala Museum
Teatro alla Scala is one of the most famous opera houses in the world, which opened in 1778. A visit to the museum grants you a sneak peek inside the theatre. You’ll be able to see inside one of the spectacular theatre boxes, overlooking the stage.
Castello Sforzesco
In addition to the famous and outstanding Il Duomo, this 15th century castle is a landmark of Milan. Until the beginning of the 20th century it was a symbol of power and different dukes have used it as their residence. Today it houses a wide selection of cultural sights, such as museums and exhibitions.
Acquario Civico
This small city aquarium offers its guests free entrance. Come here to watch the spectacular species of fish and the different exhibitions. From the rooftop you have a lovely views over the surrounding park.
Navigli Lombardi
Even if channels, aren't the first thing you think about when you visit Milan, you shouldn't miss Navigli Lombardi. These channels were constructed by Leonardo da Vinci to make the building of Il Duomo and the heavy transportations easier. The neighbourhood around Navigli Lombardi is today one of the most popular, filled with cafés, bars and small shops.
Public Transport
Milan’s local transport is called ATM and includes underground, buses, and trains. Single fare tickets and day passes can be purchased from ATM ticket offices, newsstands and ticket machines. All tickets have to be stamped before every journey.
Taxis are usually white and can be hailed in the street or at taxi stands. These are often located outside train and underground stations. The final fare depends on the number of suitcases you have, the day, and the time of day.
Stamps can be bought at tobacconists that carry either the blue and white “Tabacchi” sign or are simply marked with a ”T”.
Farmacia Ambrosiana
Country code: +39 Area code: 02 (also dialed in Milan) If you call Italy from abroad, you must always dial zero in the area code (do not omit it as is the general practice when making international telephone calls), e.g. +39 02 + the number.
Malpensa Airport
Malpensa lies approximately 50 kilometres (31 miles) from downtown Milan and can be reached by bus, train and taxi. The Malpensa Express train departs from Malpensa airport’s terminal 1.
Linate Airport
Linate airport is situated eight kilometres from the Milan city centre and there are buses and taxis to transport you to and from the airport. This airport is mainly used for domestic and short haul international flights.
Orio al Serio Airport
Orio al Serio Airport, lies 50 kilometres north east of Milan, just outside of Bergamo. Buses depart from here for Milan city centre and the journey takes one hour.
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